Russian occupants continued to remove the wreckage of the Drama Theater in Mariupol. Residents refuse to help the occupiers.
“Due to the mass refusal of Mariupol residents to take part in the removal operations, workers of the russian Ministry of Emergency Situations were brought in. More equipment, more people. According to residents, bags with the corpses continue to be taken out with tractor carriages,” Andriushchenko told.
He stressed that “we will never know the real number of people who died. Russia is very quick to hide the traces of its crimes”.
On March 16, russian troops dropped a bomb on the Drama Theater in Mariupol, where hundreds of people were hiding.
The Mariupol City Council, referring to witnesses, subsequently reported that about 300 people died as a result. On May 4, the Associated Press News, based on its own investigation, released information about almost 600 victims.